FNSI was to be a weekend of sewing. I instead spent it sick. My husband even had to cook Easter dinner. I think it turned out great. I couldn’t taste it sadly due to the rotten cold I had. It didn’t help that I was also suffering from the nausea that comes with having a migraine. Aside from all that it was a beautiful Easter Sunday, weather wise. Not sure what the temps were but it didn’t feel cold having the windows open. It was sunny with a very light breeze. Just beautiful!
I got started a little late Friday but was still able to get a little stitching done. Sorry about the dark photos. I was having trouble getting the light just right. The circled area is what I got done for FNwF’s.
Last month I enrolled to take part in a 6 month BOM at my local quilt shop. It’s a really cute quilt called Honeybee Lane designed by The Quilt Company. I just love this pattern! It is the cutest!! It’s like it was made for me!
We have to opportunity to work on our block at the shop or take it home. I worked on mine last Sunday at home after picking it up the day before. I’m not much of a piece’r but I found this block to be easy. Even with that, I still didn’t get it finished, so I decided would work on it some more for FNSI.
So here is the block after last Sunday night…..
I spent Friday night working on the Mirabilia Winter Queen. I’m slowly making progress. I plan on spending today and tomorrow stitching more on this. I had some time to work since my last post about this but not much. The holidays and other projects got in the way. Getting back to stitching is the goal now.
I was glad for some time last night to work on my cross stitch project Winter Queen by Mirabilia Designs. To be honest I haven’t worked on this in about 3 weeks. I’m either working on something else or it’s just too hot in the house.
Last night I finished filling in the areas with Whisper floss by Rainbow Gallery. Such a pretty thread but not so easy to work with.
Had a busy weekend. Yesterday my DH and I took some time and toured this years homes in the Parade of Homes. Something we haven’t done in a few years.
I decided to start a new afghan project. Though I love my choice of yarns I’m not sure I love the pattern I picked, What that means is I might be taking it apart and redoing it. Not because my stitches are bad but because I think there maybe a better way to work the pattern.